University of Phoenix
Ayame Nakamura, is a Japanese immigrant who works as a project manager for a pharmaceutical company in California. This paper will examine the Ayame’s culture and how it affects her as the project manager for the pharmaceutical company as well as the organizational structure. We will also examine and analyze Ayame’s pharmaceutical company’s organizational performances which can be traced to the leadership style evidentially reflected in the employee motivation at the pharmaceutical company and discuss what things are happening external to the organization that may drive change at the pharmaceutical company. We will also the ways that the pharmaceutical company can help motivate Ayame so that Ayame gives all that she can to be a great employee with the Company. We are also going to discuss ways that the pharmaceutical company can deal with other employees who are an immigrant as well. Last but not least this people is also going to cover why it is important for Ayame to voice her opinion and not hold back and to not be afraid to voice her own opinion and how but voicing her own opinion she will be able to help both her and the Company to be successfully, and that the only way to do this is to voice her opinion.
In a typical workplace the management should always take their role seriously and should try to make sure that when they are dealing a variety of immigrants that their management style is in line with the types of culture and backgrounds for the people that the company hires.
The Japanese are very passive and they tend to avoid confrontation and will must like agree to do whatever they are told to do, in Japan they do not ask you to do something for an example ask you to prepare sales reports they tell you to, just this type of Japanese background and their cultural makes...